Ricardo Yesares Coyote's sub for many years from circa was born circa In later novels gunman Mario Lujan helped Coyote several times. Formato: 15 x 19,5 cm. Precio: 2, 3 y 4 Ptas, 6 Ptas Extras. Formato: 10,8 x 15,5 cm. Precio: 4 y 5 Ptas. Something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus. The Lagniappe Sessions return in with Ryley Walker, whose sophomore lp, Primrose Green , was one of our favorites records of Here, Walker reimagines and reworks four disparate tracks, ranging from jazzists and fellow Chicagoans Isotope to contemporaries Cass McCombs, Amen Dunes and Grouper.
And in doing so they become his own. All time greatest tune. Gave it a shot with just guitar. Really a massive fan of Grouper. Lyrics and arrangements are always fascinating. Every record she sets the bar higher. Listened to this song in particular a hundred times. Robin Egg Blue is a great, great tune. I wrote the words down on a piece of paper to recite them.
Had fun. One of my most favorite bands ever. Part of a great generation of heady tunes in Chicago and they all still put out some of the headiest shit on the planet with tons of different groups. Jeff Parker is one of my most favorite guitar players in the world. Huge influence. Matt Lux playing heady bass on here too. These dudes were cranking out a great record every year for a period of time. Happy and lucky enough to be a friend of Damon. His record Love is a modern classic.
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Sounds In the Night. Four hours featuring 66 classic rags by Joplin, Scott and Lamb. Includes Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of Perfessor Bill Sings as listed above. Over three hours featuring 45 great tunes from the s to s. Some personal favorites of Bill's friend Marty Mincer are included in this collection meant to please both sides of the ragtime spectrum, including classic ragtime and barn-burners.
The CD includes several bonus tracks, some of which were previously unreleased. This collection of rags composed by the late Gil Lieby displays ragtime pianist Marty Mincer's considerable talents in a fresh new way. His sensitive interpretations of these contemporary rags breathe life into a varied tableau of works that range from classic ragtime to blues.
Bill's good friend Marty Mincer supplies his own take on great ragtime arrangements along with tuba player Luke Miller. It's fun to contrast Marty's unique style with that of the "Perfessor's", particularly on the tunes that they both have recorded performances of.
Tackling pieces made famous by Eva Tanguay, Sophie Tucker, Vesta Victoria, and even Fanny Brice, all while still in her teens, Kelsey is worthy of a good listen, and will even help put the baby to sleep. Two lesser-known but truly gifted ragtime artists, Bill Krenz - "Tallest pianist in captivity" - and Burt Bales, "play that thing" on mostly very rare cuts that have not been available for many decades, and never on CD.
Famous band leader and composer Frankie Carle displays his unique interpretive skills on this album culled from his first two 10" Honky-Tonk LPs, and assorted ragtime-themed singles with small ensembles or his band from the s and s, all together for the first time.
A nice mix of tunes that works well in this unusual context. Jazz pianist Billy Rowland wends his way through a hefty number of honky tonk hits familiar to old-time fans. Dick Hyman takes his turn as Mister O'Toole, performing a variety of well-known old-time tunes, and many splendid honky-tonk versions of popular songs.
Volume 4 is in Stereo for the first time. Bridey O'Toole and her renditions of mildly bawdy old standards as only a true bird in a gilded cage could sing them. Knuckles O'Toole and his Singing Gang do a marvelous job of capturing old-time and ragtime era songs in a style that is inviting, rivaling similar efforts by Mitch Miller on these songs. In the original Stereo. The intrepid and versatile Dick Hyman performs as two of his ragtime personalities from the s. Some very fine arrangements and good drive, both strong signatures of Hyman's style.
Volume I covers his solo ragtime recording plus an interesting music history album with banjoist Clancy Hayes. More Rose tracks for Columbia with Turk Murphy's traditional jazz band, covering some of the best of Jelly Roll Morton in a style he would approve of, collectively for the first time on CD. Two full minstrel shows in the style of those of the late 19th century, although featuring mostly early 20th century tunes.
Includes solos, medleys, and comic patter, for an engaging study of an historical entertainment format. Great fun. Originally recorded in the early s, there are a number of rolls rarely heard today, and some that were never included on Biograph discs of the s. They were recorded from a different perspective of ragtime piano performance than we now know. From a bevy of requests comes this first in the series of Del Wood reissues, covering her initial recording of Down Yonder and other honky-tonk classics for Tennessee Records.
Most cuts have never been on an album, much less a CD. A ragtime treat. The second in the series of Del Wood reissues covers her frequent recordings for Republic Records and some Decca sides up through late There are a few rarities here, many of which were not on LP, and none on CD until now. A few rarities here, some of which were not on LP, and none on CD until now.
The fourth in the series of Del Wood reissues covers her first stereo releases in and , the beginning of her more thematic albums. A few extra items are included here, some of which were not on LP, much less CD until now. The fifth in the series of Del Wood reissues continues in with a couple more of her interesting thematic albums.
This first volume of Marvin Ash highlights one of the more under-recorded ragtime, stride and jazz pianists of the s to the s. It includes most of his known recorded piano solo output plus a couple of extraordinary piano roll transcriptions, with different versions of some pieces showing just how versatile this artist was. This second volume represents much of the recorded ensemble work that Marvin Ash either fronted or worked as a sideman.
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Rounder Records , Gary P. Dicky Overbey: HonkTonkMemories.The John Conquest Papers revolve around his work as a music critic and historian centered in Austin, Texas. The collection includes a full run of his publications, related periodicals, research materials, music artifacts and posters, and extensive recordings in a variety of analog and digital media.